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Item: 112563
Surname: Tulloch (Tullock)
First Name: James
Ship: Atlas 1816
Date: 1828
Place: Windsor
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Shoemaker aged 29. Assigned servant of John Chave


 
Item: 112552
Surname: Tullock (Tulloch)
First Name: James
Ship: Atlas 1816
Date: 1818 2 September
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: One of a group of prisoners who carried off two boats at Newcastle. To be returned per 'Lady Nelson'


 
Item: 112553
Surname: Tullock (Tulloch)
First Name: James
Ship: Atlas 1816
Date: 1825
Place: ? Upper Hunter
Source: CSI
Details: On list of convicts mustered in the service of Archibald Bell in 1822 and 1825


 
Item: 112554
Surname: Tullock (Tulloch)
First Name: James
Ship: Atlas 1816
Date: 1818 1 August
Place: ? Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Shoemaker from Murrayshire aged 28. Height: 5'; thin; pale complexion; hazel eyes, brown hair, hump backed. Absconded from the Store


 
Item: 167010
Surname: Tullock (Tulloch)
First Name: James
Ship: Atlas 1816
Date: 17 August 1818
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretarys Correspondence
Details: Shoemaker. One of eleven men who piratically carried off two boats. Sentenced to eighteen months in double irons and to hard labour at the lime kilns at Newcastle.



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